Set 2 -
01 - Pale
02 - Feel Like a Stranger ->
03 - Frozen in the Rim (tease) ->
04 - Jameson ->
05 - Jameson Jump ->
06 - Frozen in the Rim ->
07 - Drums ->
08 - Waltz on Gibraltor
09 - Duncan's House ->
10 - Frozen in the Rim (continued)
August 20, 2005
Taped by Duncan Lake
Transferred by Kyle Midura
Wind picks up occasionally, tried to let be as much as possible, but there is one instance where a low pass filter was needed, and quite evident. Audience mic. This is only Set 2 for the time being.
February 21, 2006 Subject:
Yes I too concur these guys are no part of the jamband scene...
but they sure rock balls.
February 13, 2006 Subject:
Great show... second set to a previous show... I continue to be impressed with these kids.
February 4, 2006 Subject:
haha suckers ive been listening to this since september
hahaha, no question greyspoke is like fine wine, it gets better with age, and i must say this show, one of the more recent of greyspoke shows, is some of the best ive heard from the boys. great playing, great sound and a great recording (thank you duncan). the tunes that rang out into those S. Vermont mountains were the best ive ever heard.....in a long time. a full panda (yet to be released) + one of the most amazing second sets ive heard in more than half a year made this show one of the best in a long (Jameson) time. fucked up or not i had more fun at this show than i did at many a' other shows. they rock extream amounts of face, and step it up every time they play, and i can not wait till they take over the entire world of music so everyone can be a part of the greyspoke vibes.....seriously just wait till they come to a town near you......but if you are a real lover of music you will go find them because they are not a group to misss....,you will never forget it.....greysppoke is the best band in the world.
January 31, 2006 Subject:
Fun show by my standards, and hell, I don't get to stand out in the field and catch the good sound like everyone else did. Peak moments for me include the solo on Stranger, The jam in Jameson before the jump, and the thunderous roar during Caucasian. Fun times out on the deck, and rocking the ears off of Dorset, Vermont. Expect more to come, and hope to see some new shows arising very soon. Hell, we may even just make some shows happen.
October 25, 2005 Subject:
In the beginning...
In the beginning, God created the Earth. On the seventh day, after resting, he created the mighty Greyspoke Variety.
What can be said to describe this show? It marks the point where Greyspoke crossed the threshold from "sweet ass rockin band" to being what sounds like a close-knit, professional band. This is the first show where the boys get an opportunity to show off their polish and fine-tuning, and nothing shows this better than the ingenious idea of separating the epic Frozen in the Rim into three segments sprinkled throughout the show.
The Frozen in the Rim tease into Jameson induces a state of euphoric orgasm for any of us giant fans who view the return of Jameson to Greyspoke's repertoire as being akin to the return of Jesus Christ to the world. This show also features one of my all-time favorite Greyspoke moments when they drop into Caucasian Thunderbang simultaneously at the drop of a hat. Thats professionalism, people.
And the Pale. Oh my God, the Pale. Possibly Rob's greatest solo as of yet, with a mind numbing, face melting shred attack that sounds like he's driving back the forces of hell. It is in this recording that everyone shall realize that Rob Eaton is a force to be reckoned with.
So seriously folks. These guys are good. Damn good. Everyone on the goddamn planet needs to get the Greyspoke experience as soon as possible, and at the rate that these guys are improving, there's not going to be anything on the planet that can stop them.
Godspeed, Greyspoke Variety. May the force be with you.